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Part Time Study Therapist

The mission of Fenway Health is to enhance the well-being of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and all people in our neighborhoods and beyond through access to the highest quality health care, education, research and advocacy.

In 2013, Fenway Health announced a historic partnership with AIDS Action Committee that allows the two organizations to work more closely together and improve delivery of care and services to people living with HIV/AIDS.

This is a paid hourly position (up to 18 hours per week, or 50% FTE). This position is not benefits eligible.

Under the direction of the investigators, the part-time Study Therapist will provide manualized counseling to study participants enrolled in a behavioral HIV prevention intervention trial. Study participants namely include men who have sex with men with active stimulant abuse who are at heightened sexual risk for HIV acquisition.

Typical Duties include: Delivering study-specific manualized counseling to study participants; Monitoring participant well-being; Strictly adhering to study intervention manuals and study protocols; Completing relevant documentation following counseling sessions; Participating in regular individual and/or group clinical supervision

Additional Duties include: Assessing site needs for intervention start-up; Taking initiative to prepare site for study operations; Conducting pre and post-test HIV counseling and testing; Supporting day-to-day operations of study protocol including recruitment/retention, study visits, data storage and monitoring and other study activities.

MA/MS/MSW in psychology, mental health, or behavioral science aspects of public health (or equivalent degree in a related field) OR completing one of these degrees in 2017.
1-2 years of counseling experience with training in CBT or other evidence-based treatments strongly preferred
Experience with substance abuse counseling strongly preferred
Experience working in federally funded human subjects research strongly preferred
Familiarity and comfort with sexual health issues and other health disparities facing sexual minority individuals at high-risk for HIV acquisition
Good interpersonal and communication/counseling (written and verbal) skills
Strong attention to detail, superior work ethic, professionalism and organizational skills
Strong computer skills (Microsoft Word, Power-Point, Excel, Outlook) required with the willingness to master new software applications and technologies
Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals, including sexual or gender minority individuals

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